Jorrit Oppewal is knowledge broker at The Broker. He holds a BSc in Economics & African Studies and an MSc in Development Economics, both from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Jorrit has several years of experience as a development economist in Mozambique, mostly working at the intersection of research and policy, in close collaboration with the Mozambican government. His professional interests include the political economy of institutions, industrial policy and agricultural development.
On October 21st, 2022, The Broker and its partners in the NWO-funded research programme on SDG Interactions and Policy Interventions in Developing Countries organised a…
16 November, 2022
This report describes the dynamics, barriers, and opportunities in relation to strengthening the flow of iodized salt in West and Central Africa.
Aid and trade remain the policy focus of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In February this year the IOB (the Ministry’s evaluation service) published…
We are exactly halfway between the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in 2015, and the target year set for achieving them, in 2030….